Managing Fibromyalgia while Managing a Bluegrass Band

About The Worthing10s Family Bluegrass Band

Our family at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri
Our journey in Bluegrass Gospel music began in the summer of 2008 and has been a fast-paced ride ever since! What’s it like having a family band? Loads of fun and lots of work with a dash of comedy and many sprinkles of hormonal personality!
When I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia in 2015, our music life was going strong! The Lord has given me what I need to carry the torch and minister to others through our music. I have always done the “Mom” thing in the band…plus take care of the website, outfits, music lessons and all CD cover designs. It is a huge challenge for me now, but one I love to still do.  Once the Lord called our family to play music, we never looked back. Our story can be found on the family’s website. Click here to take you there!

KSMU Youth in Bluegrass Competition-2017
KSMU Youth in Bluegrass Competition-2016


We are on YOUTUBE!! Click here!


Our family was chosen to be a part of

Sparta Community Hospital’s Health and Wellness Foundation’s

“A Salute to a Healthier You”

CD and video project. 

Below is the music video of the instrumental titled “Red-Haired Boy”

which is sponsored by The Health and Wellness Foundation in Sparta, Illinois.

Four my daughters who play in our family band-The Worthing10s Family Bluegrass Band
Two of my sons who still play in our family’s band-The Worthing10s Family Bluegrass Band

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